Kenya Airways has announced plans to begin daily flights to India after the latter lifted the restrictions that had limited the national carrier to three flights a week. India has now opened its airspace to the airline as cases of COVID-19 in the country continue to decline.
KQ has been operating flights to India under a special arrangement normally referred to as ‘air bubble’ in aviation, and which also limited the number of passengers to 400 a week.
The carrier, which resumed flights to India in September last year after it had stopped flying to the country in April 2021, will also be making ten weekly flights to India starting April.
The daily flights to Mumbai will begin from 28th March 2022, and ten weekly flights from 17th April 2022.